Throughout New Zealand organic products are finding their way on to the shelves of all kinds of stores:
Specialty organic stores
Some organic retailers have taken the step of becoming BioGro-certified. This means they have systems and procedures in place to ensure there is no contamination of organic products by non-organic products. This is another reassurance for consumers that the organic products they buy are authentic. BioGro-certified retailers are showing you how committed they are to organics:
Commonsense Organics (BioGro No. 1546)
- 260 Wakefield Street, Wellington
- 37 Waterloo Road, Lower Hutt
- Coastlands, Paraparaumu
- 7 Bay Road, Kilbirnie, Wellington
I E Produce (BioGro No. 3643)
- 1 Barry's Point Road, Takapuna, Auckland
Ceres Wholefoods (BioGro No. 4310)
- 181 Ladies Mile, Ellerslie, Auckland
Victoria Park New World (BioGro No. 4520)
- 2 College Hill Road, Freemans Bay, Auckland
Huckleberry Farms (BioGro No. 5114)
- 240 Greenlane Road West, Epsom, Auckland
- 150 Apirana Ave, Glen Innes, Auckland
Palmers Garden Centres (BioGro No. 5431)
Throughout New Zealand
More and more organic suppliers are selling their products at local farmer's markets but if you want to be sure that what you’re buying is organic remember to look for our logo because some suppliers claim to be organic without being certified.
You can order many organic products online and have them delivered to your door.
Wine shops/liquor stores
Ask to see their range of organic wine and beer.
Many supermarkets have an aisle or at least a few shelves dedicated to organics. If your local supermarket doesn’t supply an organic product you’d like to buy, ask them to stock it for you. The more customers who demand organics, the more supermarkets will supply.
Many department stores stock a wide range of organic body and skincare products.